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DU third cut-off 2018 Highlights: Colleges reopen admissions to popular courses in third list

DU third cut-off Highlights: The Delhi University has released the third cut-off list. Students can check through the official website, du.ac.in.

By: Education Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: June 30, 2018 4:09:48 pm
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DU third cut-off Highlights: The Delhi University has released the third cut-off list. All the students can check through the official website, du.ac.in. The admission process for BA, B.Com courses have already been closed in most of the colleges, however, for Science stream, it is still open.

A total of 26,291 out of 56,000 seats have been filled in the second cut-off list. Most top colleges have closed down admission for various courses. Shri Ram College of Commerce (SRCC), for example, has closed both its courses — BCom (Hons) and Economics (Hons) for the general category. “We have closed down admissions for both courses in the general category. Economics is also closed for the SC category, while BCom (Hons) is closed for the ST category,” SRCC principal Simrit Kaur told the Indianexpress.com.

Similarly, colleges like Hindu, Ramjas have also closed admission into most of the courses on the first list. “Economics, BCom (Hons) and English will remain open, but courses like Sociology, Philosophy and Hindi will close. While Economics, BCom will not reduce cut-off by more than one mark, English may see the cut-off come down by three marks,” said principal Anju Srivastava.

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DU third cut-off Highlights: Check college wise cut-off here, list available at du.ac.in

12:06 (IST)30 Jun 2018
DU Third Cut-Off 2018: Students to take admission between June 30 to July 7

Admissions under the list will take place between June 30 and July 7. As many as 26,291 of 56,000 seats were filled in the second list, and many prominent colleges had closed admissions. However, 3,203 students withdrew their admissions.

11:54 (IST)30 Jun 2018
96.25% for B.Com at Jesus and Mary College

Shaheed Bhagat Singh College, too, reopened admissions to BCom Programme, BSc (Hons) Mathematics and BA (Hons) History for general category students. Jesus and Mary College (JMC) is open for BCom (Hons) at 96.25% — a marginal dip of 0.25% from the second list

11:51 (IST)30 Jun 2018
LSRC reopened admissions to Economics at 97.50%

Lady Shri Ram College for Women maintained its cut-off for English (Hons) 97.25%, the same as the previous list. It also reopened admissions to Economics at 97.50%. Gargi College also reopened admissions to its Honours courses in political science, chemistry and zoology in the third list for general and OBC categories.

10:52 (IST)30 Jun 2018
Kirori Mal demands 95% in English

Miranda House also released a third list, with economics and English seeing a drop of 0.25%. Kirori Mal College is open for admission to English (Hons) at 95% — a 1% dip from the previous lis

10:49 (IST)30 Jun 2018
Hindu demands 96.25% in English, .50% dip from the second list

Hindu College is open for English (Hons) at 96.25%, a drop of 0.50% from the second list, those with 97% can take admission in BA (Hons) Economics at Ramjas College.

10:33 (IST)30 Jun 2018
Know about Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board

The NCWEB is a non-formal system of obtaining degree from the Delhi University with lectures being delivered only on the weekends. Only women students residing in the National Capital Territory of Delhi can enrol themselves as students of the board.

- PTI inputs 

10:30 (IST)30 Jun 2018
NCWEB first cut-off: Bhagini Nivedita, Aditi Mahavidyalaya demands lowest cut-offs

The lowest cut-offs were issued by Bhagini Nivedita College and Aditi Mahavidyalaya for the general category. Bhagini Nivedita has issued a cut-off of 72 per cent for BA programme while it has issued a cut-off of 77 per cent for BCom. Other colleges like Aryabhat, Jesus and Mary, Bharti College, PGDAV, etc have issued a cut-off of 74 per cent for BA programme while they have issued a cut-off of 78 per cent for BCom.

- PTI inputs 

10:27 (IST)30 Jun 2018
DU admission 2018: NCWEB announces first cut-off list

The Delhi University’s Non-Collegiate Women’s Education Board (NCWEB) Friday announced its first cut-off list. The highest cut-off for admission in the general category to BCom is 85 per cent for Hansraj College and Miranda House, a decline of five per cent from last year. For admission to BA programme, Hansraj College and Miranda House have announced a highest cut-off of 78 per cent, which has decreased by 10 per cent from last year. The admissions for NCWEB will begin from tomorrow.

- PTI inputs

22:41 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU third cut-off 2018: Admission process for English, Economics opens in most colleges, closed for Political Science

The Delhi University has released the third cut-off today for admission into various colleges under the university. Surprisingly, the admission process for English, Economics has opened in most of the colleges. Lady Shri Ram College for Women has demanded 97.25 per cent in English, and 97.50 per cent in Economics. The Hindu college has demanded 97.50% for Economics, 96.75% for English, and 97% for B.Com (Hons) in general category. The cut-off for Economics and English stood at 97 per cent and 96.50 per cent respectively in Miranda House

22:22 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU Third cut-off 2018: LSR demands 97.25% in English, 97.50% in Economics

Lady Shri Ram College for Women has demanded 97.25 per cent in English, and 97.50 per cent in Economics. The cut-off for Journalism course stands at 97.25 per cent. The admission process has closed for subjects like Hindi, History, Political Science and Psychology.

22:12 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU Third cut-off 2018: Check third list for B.Sc

22:09 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU Third cut-off 2018: Colleges close admission process, check BA, B.Com third list

21:53 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU Third cut-off: Admission process for Science stream opens in top colleges

Though the admission process for BA, B.Com has closed in most of the colleges including top institutions. However, the admission process for B.Sc has opened in most of the colleges. The Hans Raj college has demanded 96 per cent for Mathematics, Chemistry and 96.66 percent for Physics. Kirori Mal has demanded 95.33 percent in Chemistry, 95.75 percent in Mathematics and 96% in Physics. Hindu College has demanded 96.66 percent in Chemistry, however, the college has closed admission process for other subjects

21:14 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU third cut-off: Hindu College demands 96.75% in English, 97.50% in Economics

At Hindu College, admission for BA (English), BA (Economics) and B.Com (Hons) are still open. The college has demanded 97.50% for Economics, 96.75% for English, and 97% for B.Com (Hons) in general category. The college has closed admission process for other courses.

21:07 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU releases third cut-off list

The third cut-off list for admissions to various Undergraduate Courses (based on merit) of the University of Delhi for the Academic Year 2018-2019 will be notified / displayed by the different colleges of the University on Saturday, the 30 thJune, 2018. The details of the minimum cut-off percentage of marks (Third Admission List) at which admissions to various courses have been offered by different colleges are given in the enclosed charts. For details, with regard to variation in Cut-Off percentage, the candidates are advised to contact the respective colleges on Saturday, the 30 th June, 2018. As per scheduled already notified, the eligible candidates who meet the requirements notified in the Third Admission CutOff list are further advised to complete their admission formalities in the Colleges concerned within the stipulated time, as notified earlier on the University Website

20:44 (IST)29 Jun 2018
First cut-off: 74% for BA, 78% for B.Com (General) at most colleges

Non-Collegiate Women's Education board has released the fisr cut-off. All the colleges kept their cut-off below 80 per cent at the first list. Except Aditi Mahavidyalaya and Bhagini Nivedita College which kept cut-off at 72% for BA programme and 77 prer cent for B.Com programme in General category. All other colleges have their cut-offs at 74% and 78% for BA, B.Com programmes respectively.

20:29 (IST)29 Jun 2018
Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board's first list: Cut-off less than 80%

20:22 (IST)29 Jun 2018
Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board releases first cut-off list

Non-Collegiate Women's Education Board has released the first cut-off list for admission to BA/ B.Com courses. The students can check the cut-off percentage list through the official website, du.ac.in

19:04 (IST)29 Jun 2018
DU Second Cut-off: IP College dips 2 percent for subjects

The most significant dip among the top colleges was seen at IP College, which has dropped its cut-off percentage for several subjects by 2 per cent. The cut-off for History, Sanskrit and BA Programme stands at 94 per cent, 63 per cent and 94.5 per cent — all a dip of two per cent from the last list. For Sociology, the dip is as high as three per cent from 95.5 per cent in the first list to 92.5 per cent now.

19:03 (IST)29 Jun 2018
LSR closes admission in most courses 

In science courses in LSR, Statistics has been closed for admission. However, Mathematics remains open at 96.5 per cent, down by 0.25 per cent from the first list. In other colleges, too, courses like English, Economics and BCom (Hons) are still up for grabs. Gargi College has closed admissions to BA Programme, Geography and History, but English, Economics and BCom (Hons) remain open.

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DU third cut-off Highlights: Delhi University has released the third cut-off list. Students who still not get course of their choices in top colleges can chcek the third list through the official website, du.ac.in. The admission for the third cut-off list will be conducted till July 7, 2018. Most of the colleges have closed admission process in popular courses. Daulat Ram College, which had most of its courses open in the first list, now has a majority of courses shut for admission.